A/N: In an answer to one of the reviews I was given, I know that actors names are different than what I wrote, but actors names are not allowed to be used, so I used the character names instead. I'm sorry for the confusion.

"And now I ask the graduates to move their tassels from the right to the left. The Yale class of 2012 has officially graduated," announced the Dean of Students.

That was three months ago, May 26th, and now it's August. I studied medicine but, while I was in college, an acting manager discovered me. After I graduated, I signed on to become an actress. During the summer months, I started training, pumping my body, and trying to find an acting role. It wasn't until two weeks ago when I got a call from my manager; the show Supernatural wanted me to act opposite of Dean Winchester and Sam Winchester. So it was the first week of August and I was packing my bags, because I was officially moving to California. I was going to live in this gorgeous mansion, which I inherited from my grandmother.

I was in California with my two best friends Emily and Katrina. It took us about a week to get everything set. We had put everything together except the phones. Emily and Katrina lived with me in the mansion, so we wouldn't be lonely. I still remember the day, August 24; I was washing the dishes while Emily and Katrina were in the pool. The doorbell rang so I went to get the door. Standing on the porch was this hot guy in a leather jacket and jeans. To my astonishment it was the one and only Dean Winchester.

"Hi, um Jen. I'm Dean Winchester. I'm one of the stars on Supernatural and I have the information of where you are to go tomorrow," as he flashes his smile and hands me an envelope.

As I am taking the envelope, "Umm, H-Hi. Thanks. Uh, Do you wanna come in?"

"Uhh I can't I have some more errands to do, sorry maybe next time. But I tried to call the house phone to tell you the information but for some reason the call couldn't get through."

"Oh well, my best friends and I just moved in and we hadn't installed the phones yet. But that's what I intend to do today."

"Well if you need any help, just call me. Here's my number," as he hands me a card with his cell number on it.

"Thanks, Dean."

"No problem, I have to get going, see you tomorrow. Bye"